Learn more about how World War I affected the Kingston-Frontenac community with several article published on the Digital Kingston site.
This resource includes information about the graves of 1.7 million service people who died in both World Wars. Try searching the site by surname.
This website includes photos and stories from many members of the battalion.
This resource provides detailed information and examples of the various forms that may be found in a veteran's record, and what they mean.
See also the case study: "They Served Canada But I Want to Know More," by Ken McKinlay, on his blog Family Tree Knots, 4 December 2013, which gives a step-by-step explanation of his own search strategy.
From the website:
The Maple Leaf Legacy Project is an enormous volunteer endeavour to procure a photograph of each and every Canadian War Grave from the South African War (1899-1902), World War 1 (1914-18), World War II (1939-45), Korean War (1950-52) and all United Nations Peacekeeping Missions to the present day conflict in Afghanistan.
A 28-page PDF listing those who enlisted from Frontenac County during WWI.
A 248-page PDF that lists people who enlists during the first world war from the City of Kingston.
The National Archives (U.K.) provides access to British Army Lists of the War Office and other records that list the names of officers who served in the British Army, including those who served in Canada.
Contains sections on the Northwest Rebellion, the South African War, the First and Second World Wars, and the Korean War. Archived content from the LAC.